A/N:

I am sorry to be informing everyone that I will not be continuing this story at this time. I am sure by now that most of you have figured this out. I wish that this could be different but life has not been kind to me this year. A family member very important to me passed away this year at the young age of 30. He was the first person I have lost and I am struggling with the depression aspect of it right now. The bad news concerning this story is I did happen to have this story all finished. The papers that this story was written on was in a box with all of the stories I have written since elementary school. Unfortunately, while I was moving to my new apartment this box was somehow lost. This depressed me beyond what I could put into words. My stories are very precious to me and knowing that they are gone is hard to take. Obviously I don't feel like re-writing the same thing over again. Also, as time goes on I am realizing that I don't really like where this story has gone. I have mentioned numerous times before that it took a unexpected turn. I think that later on I might rewrite it to the way I had in mind the first time. Until then the first chapter of this story will be listed as a one shot on my new fan fiction account, TheSincerestSin. SincerestSin is my xbox live account name so if you're into that... lol

I will also by posting my other story, Just One Kiss, with an added surprise. I have created an entire new ending. I hope if have seen the anime that you'll check that out too.

Thank you all for the support. I am hoping that I can use my writing as a way to heal. I will be posting a lot of one shots on my new account. I suspect I won't be writing more than I two or three shot for a while. Again, thank you and I hope to see you on my new account.

As a present and a goodbye to this story, here is an except of what I imagined the end to be like:

Even when his sightless eyes felt as if they would never close, sleep overtook him and finally allowed his beaten body to rest. He fell asleep to the slowly sifting shadows that fell upon the graveyard. His eyes closed and, for the first time in years, he saw his mother. She cradled him in her arms and rocked him, syncing her moments with those of the silent shadows. Her form shimmered and reappeared as another important woman. The two continued to blend until he couldn't tell one from the other. He decided it wasn't important. His head fell to rest on the woman's chest, finding the heartbeat that matched his own. He almost forgotten what it felt like to feel safe.

Underneath the large oak, Train had no coverage from the morning sun that found its way underneath his eyelids. Sighing mournfully, he left his dream behind. His cool and cynical eyes opened to land upon the figure that loomed over him. The scene brought back a memory from long ago. The two figures sat across from each other for a moment that seemed to stretch into another and another. The two sat without moving, their chests remained still. Finally, in a move that made it impossible to find out who advanced first, they came together.

"I thought I lost you."

She knew, at that moment, there were many things she couldn't explain, but her answer came from a place hidden deep in her heart. A place of complete certainty.

"I'll always find you. Always."